By Glyn Humphreys,Jane Riddoch
Visual agnosia is a unprecedented yet interesting disease of visible item attractiveness which could happen after a mind lesion. This ebook records the case of John, who labored intensively with the authors for 26 years after buying visible agnosia following a stroke. It revisits John’s case over two decades after it used to be initially defined within the booklet To See yet to not See, in 1987. As within the prior ebook, the situation is illuminated by means of John and his spouse, Iris, of their personal words.
A Case learn in visible Agnosia Revisited discusses John’s case within the context of analysis into the cognitive neuroscience of imaginative and prescient over the last two decades. It indicates how John’s difficulties in attractiveness grants vital insights into the way in which that item reputation occurs within the mind, with the implications got in stories of John’s notion being in comparison to rising paintings from mind imaging in general observers. The ebook provides a miles fuller research of the range of perceptual difficulties that John skilled, detailing not just his impaired item attractiveness but additionally his face processing, his processing of other visible gains (colour, movement, depth), his skill to behave on and negotiate his setting, and his examining and writing.
A Case learn in visible Agnosia Revisited will be a key reference for these all for figuring out how imaginative and prescient is applied within the mind. it is going to be compatible for either undergraduate scholars taking classes in cognitive psychology and neuropsychology, and likewise researchers within the cognitive neuroscience of imaginative and prescient. The presentation of John’s case, and the human points of the disease, may also be of significant curiosity to a basic viewers of lay humans attracted to perception.
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A Case Study in Visual Agnosia Revisited: To see but not to see by Glyn Humphreys,Jane Riddoch